[LV2] Multiverb

Albert Graef aggraef at gmail.com
Tue Feb 18 13:25:28 PST 2014

Hi Warren,

I'd also like to ask whether there are any sources available. I've
skimmed through the paper and the algorithm looks cool, and in the
soundbite on your site it sounds good, too. But your binaries are for
32 bit, and I have a 64 bit system here, so I can't run it without
jumping through some hoops.

Also, if sources would be available, we might want to port this to
Faust (http://faust.grame.fr/). I know that Julius Smith and his PhD
students at CCRMA/Stanford have implemented quite a few waveguide
models in Faust already, so there's a good chance that it is possible.
The main advantages of Faust are that it's a very high-level language
for doing audio processing, and from the same source you can instantly
compile to an abundance of different targets, such as LV2, LADSPA,
DSSI, VST, Pd, Max/MSP, AudioUnits, LLVM, iOS, Android and what
else... you name it, there's probably a Faust target for it. :)


On Tue, Feb 18, 2014 at 9:37 PM, Warren Koontz <profwub at gmail.com> wrote:
> My Multiverb reverb plug-in is now available both as a VST plug-in (Win32)
> and an LV2 plug-in (Linux) at www.profwubaudio.com/multiverb. Feedback
> welcome!
> Is there an easy way to make a mac version, given the fact that I do not own
> a mac and have no intention to purchase one? I am using the JUCE toolkit and
> VS 2010 for the VST version and lv2-c++-tools for the Linux version.
> Warren
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Dr. Albert Gr"af
Dept. of Music-Informatics, University of Mainz, Germany
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